WTB: Jetbeam T6

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WTB: Jetbeam T6

Does anyone have one of these they would like to part with? I think I'll start collecting Jetbeams now. They seem to be made quite well.

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Not many of these around since 1 – it’s relatively new and 2 – a lot of people jumped on the TM16GT group buy. Good luck on your hunt for a used one. I have this light in the mail.

  

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pinkpanda3310 wrote:
Not many of these around since 1 - it's relatively new and 2 - a lot of people jumped on the TM16GT group buy. Good luck on your hunt for a used one. I have this light in the mail.

I know, I was too busy buying a Meteor M43 and a Fenix TK75 2015 at the time and missed it. I'm sure one will turn up shortly, if not I'll just go pay full retail for one.

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I am not sure jetbeam/niteye is a solid choise after seeing this thread:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/43793
At least not for me.

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Well, then I will have to make double sure not to drop it then from 2 feet won't I?Surprised

I actually like several aspects of that design. I would have to see the driver assembly in person to see how it was actually connected to the body of the flashlight to make a determination on whether or not it was a bad design. By the looks of it though, I certainly would not want to go anywhere near a design that would allow the driver from burying itself into the mcpcb if it was dropped.